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    This article was originally published in forum thread: "1911" thumb safety in operation started by OD* View original post
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      CDogg -
      thanks for that illustration. Now i got better understanding of it
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    Doran

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    Welcome to the forum.

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    Chixter

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    Yes. Thats the plan. Ive been reading a lot of folks ran out and had these guns nickel or chrome plated. What were they thinking? BTW I found a folder

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    I agree with having an attorney advise you. Federal law didn't require serial numbers on firearms until 1968, but all military issue firearms had serial

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